Are you left handed? We have a selection of left handed banjos just for you! Choose from left handed open-back and resonator banjos. We carry the popular Deering Goodtime left handed banjo, a beginner open-back. If you are looking for a beginner resonator banjo or bluegrass banjo, the Deering Goodtime 2 left handed banjo is a beginner’s favorite. We also carry several left handed Gold Tone models like the Cripple Creek 100 Plus left handed banjo. Not all of our left handed banjos are for beginners. We have several professional left handed banjos as well. The Deering Sierra Mahogany left handed banjo is a professional bluegrass banjo made for left handed players.
New to the banjo scene? The Savannah SB-100 bano is an excellent beginner banjo. Learning to play a music instrument is fun and easier than you think! Be sure to check out our training section for more information and tips on learning to play the banjo.
The Deering Goodtime Left Handed banjo produces a vibrant ringing tone from its natural finished violin grade maple rim. Easy to play! Durable and easy to maintain! At only 4 pounds, the weight makes it ideal for both children and adults to play and to travel with conveniently.
The Deering Goodtime Americana is the first 5-string banjo from Deering to be fitted with their new Grand 12″ rim, giving this banjo a stronger bass response and warmer tone. The fullness and warmth of the larger rim is further enhanced by the addition of a 12″ Renaissance banjo head which beautifully complements the instrument both visually and sonically.
This entry-level CC-100+ ope-back banjo includes special features and tone. Check any competitive banjo in this price range and youll find "extra bang for the buck" with the Cripple Creek.
Just like its little cousin, the Goodtime banjo, the Deering Goodtime 2 is rich on sound and value. The Goodtime 2 comes built with a resonator that gives it that bright and big bluegrass sound. Made with care and precision, it offers quality and playability in an affordable package for players of all levels.
The White Laydie 250 produces the plunky yet focused tone that's long been a standard for Old Time and folk music. Available as left-handed model.
Want your cake and some gingerbread, too? The "plus" in WL-250+ mean a gorgeous Tree of Life inlay winding end to end down the un-scooped ebony fretboard of this deluxe version of the Gold Tone WL-250.
Want to lose four pounds and still play a banjo with traditional beauty and great tone? This Orange Blossom model, rather than employing a brass tone ring, features a "tone rim".
The Old Tone OT-800 pays homage to one of the most sought-after banjos of the "classic" period (1890 to 1930) when the Boston School of banjo making was the highest expression of the art.
Another great Orange Blossom pro-grade banjo, this one features a superb bell brass forty-hole arch-top (or raised-head) tone ring, like the ones in the G-word banjos made from the late 1920s into the 1930s (instead of the flat head ring).
The "plus" in the OB-250+ is the ultra-premium JLS #12 tone ring. It mimics the tone of the costly originals at a tiny fraction of the original's cost.
The Boston 6 String banjo is tuned like a guitar so guitar players can instantly start playing this type of banjo. It has big resonant bass notes that you don't find on a 5-string banjo, and also crisp highs for that beautiful banjo tone.